diet

Molluscivore animals

174 species

A molluscivore is a carnivorous animal that specializes in feeding on molluscs such as gastropods, bivalves, brachiopods, and cephalopods. Known molluscivores include numerous predatory (and often cannibalistic) molluscs, (e.g.octopuses, murexes, decollate snails, and oyster drills), arthropods such as crabs and firefly larvae, and, vertebrates such as fish, birds, and mammals. Molluscivory is performed in a variety of ways with some animals highly adapted to this method of feeding behavior. A similar behavior, durophagy, describes the feeding of animals that consume hard-shelled or exoskeleton-bearing organisms, such as corals, shelled molluscs, or crabs.
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A molluscivore is a carnivorous animal that specializes in feeding on molluscs such as gastropods, bivalves, brachiopods, and cephalopods. Known molluscivores include numerous predatory (and often cannibalistic) molluscs, (e.g.octopuses, murexes, decollate snails, and oyster drills), arthropods such as crabs and firefly larvae, and, vertebrates such as fish, birds, and mammals. Molluscivory is performed in a variety of ways with some animals highly adapted to this method of feeding behavior. A similar behavior, durophagy, describes the feeding of animals that consume hard-shelled or exoskeleton-bearing organisms, such as corals, shelled molluscs, or crabs.
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